Saturday, July 27, 2019

Eating fish 3 times a week will reduce the risk of rectal cancer

Eating fish 3 times a week will reduce the risk of rectal cancer.

Recent research on rectal cancer, that is, rectal cancer, has come to light. It explains how to reduce the risk of this cancer by changing its diet. According to this research, if you consume three or more fish a week, the risk of cancer is reduced to a great extent.

In this regard, researchers from the University of Oxford and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) examined the diet habits of 476,160 people. For this, the researchers prepared a series of questions. How often and what accounts do participants eat? These questions were to be answered. The survey gave details on the fish intake of the participants, which included white, fatty, oily and lean fish.

It was then revealed through the results that eating 359.1 grams of fish per week has reduced the risk of cancer by 12 per cent compared to less than 63.49 grams a week. Meanwhile, only 123.9 grams of oily fish like salmon and sardines experienced a 10 per cent lower risk of rectal cancer in a week. After these results, the researchers made it clear that the inclusion of fish in the diet reduces the risk of rectal cancer. So, it should be included in the diet.

Dr Singh, a leading researcher at the International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC, said, "It is a good day to have new research. Mark Gunter said the findings show that eating fish as part of a healthy diet should be encouraged. However, Ganter also talked about another part of the study. He said the diet data collected from the participants did not reveal how many people consume fish oil. Gunter said, "Supplementing this unmatched fish oil can also affect rectal cancer, so further research will need to see if fish or fish oil affects the risk of Rectal cancer

Learn about Rectal Cancer

Colons and rexands in our body together form a part of the large intestine. The large intestine that carries the remains of the cooked food from the small intestine. It then absorbs and expels harmful elements from the anus. However, when the colon and the reclusive or both the parts suddenly rise, it gradually becomes a cancer.

What is the symptoms of rectal cancer?

The symptoms of rectal cancer include bleeding in the stool, change in the colour of the tool, blockage of the intestines, blood loss in the body, constant abdominal cramps, weight loss and fatigue all the time without any work. Any such symptom is said to be immediately consulted.

Causes of rectal cancer

Doctors say that uan nhealthy diet is also the main cause of retal cancer. For instance, more and more fresh fruits and vegetables should be included in the diet. Moreover, if there is a shortage of fibre in the food, it increases the risk of recalcitra cancer. However, the risk of this cancer is largely low among fish eaters.

Rectal cancer cases in India

According to NICPR of the National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research, it is the seventh leading cancer in India. However, the incidence of cancer in India is lower than in western countries.

About 115 cases per day in the UK

The research also revealed that there are about 42 thousand cases of rape cancer in the UK every year. That is, there are about 115 new patients every day.